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being sold to your kids. the state changing the way those on disability and unemployment get paid. and the problems that are keeping some from getting their money. good eve nix, i'm ken bastida. a bay area daycare center is shut down, the son of the owner is accused of molesting kids there possibly for years, and police have additional evidence suggesting something else was going on. joe vasquez with the news. >> reporter: mary's daycare in vallejo is shut down, accusations of her son molesting two young girls. they have also seized some videos and picks of children. >> we have seized some, we're trying to determine if they are connected with child care pornography. >> caliper is now in jail, he was arrested at mary's daycare
which also happens to be his parents house at the 1300 block of elliott. two girls have come forward recently to report kalper molested them. one girl is now 13 but said she was molested between the ages of 3 and 7. >> during that time she is claiming that she was touched inappropriately at least twice a month over that span of four years. the second victim is approximately 8 years old and she is claiming up to about two years ago the suspect was taking inappropriate pictures of her while she was disrobed. >> the vallejo police department is now asking for help from the public. they say as many as 80 children have been watched by mary's daycare over the last decade. they are worried there may be more victims. according to documents provided by cbs5 by the california department of social services the state has temporarily closed the daycare facility. they have also taken steps to permanently row volk the license of the daycare providers, mary and charles kalper.
they have also banned caliper for live from any house managed if i social services. >> my honest opinion is take him out and stone him. i've got nothing good for him. >> he is in jail, his bond is set at just under $1 million. cbs5. as joe mentioned the vallejo police department is concerned there may be more victims out there. they are asking parents to call if they suspect that their children may have been abused and you can reach detective john whitney at 1-800-488-9383. get ready for a soaking, the next big storm of the season on its way as we speak. oakland is one of the many bay area cities handing out free sandbags and plastic sheeting. those supplies will be available through the weekend at the city's municipal center and the public works maintenance satellite office. lawrence karnow is here, it is already range, right? >> yeah, already seeing the showers up around the bay area,
it is going to be wave after wave ofter wave of stormy weather, if we don't get a break between storms that's when we can worry about flooding, you're just seeing the showers now, a pretty good impulse, yeah, having a pretty good rain coming your direction there. more scattered showers towards san jose, pockets of moderate amounts of rain. the system coming up from the south but a whole lot of rain on the way. how much we might see and how much snow for the sierra as, we'll talk about that in a couple of minutes. >> we'll see about that lawrence. officers pretty sure that somebody saw a student athlete get stabbed. this happened in newark yesterday but so far witnesses are not talking. the victim's family however is talking. kiet do is at tonight's memorial. >> reporter: it was a memorial service fit for a football star named justice. a little tender and a little rowdy.
[ yelling ] >> 300 people crammed into the same spot on cedar boulevard where 17-year-old justice afoa was killed. newark police had to shut down the street. his mother says someone out there knows who killed her son. >> i'm just hoping and praying to god that they found whoever did this to my son and i just want to ask anybody out there that might know anything about it, what happened the my son, please come forward. >> reporter: the high school junior was stabbed multiple times while waiting for a bus as possible revenge for an incident at a party a few months ago. his family says juts had rescued a cheerleader who was getting beaten by at least two men. >> he wasn't the type to look for trouble but he was the type to stand up for what was right you know. if it was a person who was standing up for somebody it would be him. >> reporter: newark police did not confirm the cheerleader story but said there was some history that may have led to
the stabbing. >> there was a number of past incidents that might be connected and related to the unfortunate homocide incident that happened yesterday [ singing ] . >> in the samoan church him it says the gates of heaven have just opened. >> why you got to go so early, bro. >> reporter: police say the case is now their top priority. but, until the killers are caught, everyone will wait. investigators say they are confident the killers will be caught but they need the public's help. if anyone has any information they are asked to call the police department in newark. kiet do, you 6 news 5. when you go into a hooters restaurant you know what to expect. first and foremost the waitresses in their little outfits, but now a women's group has filed complaints against the chain not because of how the waitresses are dressd. grace lee is standing by with hooters tonight.
>> reporter: you know the tag lines from hooters, delightfully tacky yet unrefined. the national organization of women say they have gone way beyond tacky. kids items like this, and bibs that say "i drink until i pass out" and it has some members very angry tonight. >> they talk out of both sides of their mouth. they are trying to be two things that should not co- exist. >> reporter: that's why the california national organization of women filed four complaints against hooters in four different counties including san francisco and san mateo. in the complaint they say that hooters does "not comply with state and federal laws for vicarious sexual entertainment and minimum age by entertaining children." now they believe hooters is hiding behind a restaurant license. >> they claim their workers are sexual entertainers, not waitresses. >> reporter: she is the chapter
of now, she believes they go too far. hooters girl in making or hooters girls dig me. even more offensetive wallace the hooters magazine that she says are clearly visible at a child's eye level at the restaurant. >> it's been normalization of sexual harassment and as a parent i want all kids to know that's not normal and we don't want them to grow up to be future hooters girls. >> the general manager of hooters at fisherman's wharf had no comment on the complaint. he directed to us the national headquarters. but what do the people think about the t-shirts. >> for a grown woman she has the decision, power to wear the shirt, she can say yes or no. where as the kid doesn't really have that decision-making power. if it's given to them they are going to wear them. >> why didn't they have scientists in the making instead of hooters girls in the making. >> i don't know. i'm all for the hooters girls and stuff but this might bite a little bit too low. >> reporter: as for tonight we couldn't find anyone who said
they thought it was soak for kids to wear these types of i temperatures. as for the organization they are hoping to force hooters to get a sexual entertainment license to become a 21 and over establishment or change its marketing practices. grisly cbs5. ken? >> explain that a little more. the employees there, some of the women that work there, are hired not as waitresses in that classification? what are they called? >> reporter: well they are hired as waitresses but they are also required to sign a certain agreement that would allow them to do certain things as far as not complain to management or not file a lawsuit if someone were to make a sexual comment towards them and the reason they can hire just women, i think i mentioned this before, is that they have a bona fides occupational qualification that allows them to hire just women hasanni section shall part of their business. ken. >> interesting. grace lee in san francisco, thanks for that. other bay area headlines tonight.
westbound lanes of the dumbarton bridge back open this evening a driver going the wrong way caused a head on collision near the midsection. all lanes going westbound had to be closed for an hour and a half. drivers were turned back at the toll plaza. no word on the extent of any injuries. after the sixth officer involved shooting the naacp wants to get to the bottom of police brutality and civil rights violationses. that was the cause of the meeting today. is goal is to determine what societal or internal problems are leading to the charges. >> this isn't just about wiki weeks. it never was. it's about the future of the internet and the future of free speech. >> about 50 wikileaks supporters rallied outside the british consulate in san francisco tonight. the company's founder julian assuage was released on bail in
london, he is fighting sweden's attempt to extradite him on allegations of rape and molestation. >> changing the way that people on disability or unemployment get their money, why the high- tech transition is making it hard for those people to get their do. from behind the desk to inside the ropes, why two friends said good-bye to their day jobs to duke it out in the ring. [ female announcer ] safeway talks gift ideas. music makes a great gift. i like rock, hip-hop, country... and you are telling me this, why? i...uh...thought you might be my secret santa?
state is beginning a change- well it turns out the check is not in the mail for tens of thousands of californians on disability. this week the state is beginning a change-over to a whole new payment system for most state benefits including unemployment. on the consumer watch julie watch watts shows tuesday bumpy start. >> she relies on state disability to feed her family. but the latest payment is four days late. >> my car insurance is due for my children and i, i don't have funds in the account to cover that. i don't have very many groceries. >> reporter: instead of a check
she got a letter saying the next payment will come in the form of an american bank debit card. when she phoned and asked where the car was he told me it was going to take 7 to 10 business days to get those cards. >> reporter: they admit there is a lag, but say it's not that long. >> there is some lag getting us over to bank of america to make the card and get knit to the mail. it might take a day or two longer to get that card. >> reporter: the card roll out started monday. people on disability and family medical leave will get them first. epidemic eventually by next spring those on unemployment will also transition. >> the paper is the ultimate safety gavel. >> gail hildebrandt has reservationings about the new system. >> i am on disability on some people are on because of a
mental disability. >> reporter: using a card at other banks more than twice a month will cost you. >> you need to pay attention and see if fees are disappearing. >> reporter: still they say it is worth it. they did setup direct deposit and say it is more secure. >> you to have hang tight, get that card, from that point forward you'll have quicker access to your funds than you were able to before with a check. >> reporter: as for cindy, she doesn't care how it comes. she needs her money. she has an automatic car payment due this month. >> they set it up and screwed it up. >> and boa says the problem is with the state not with its banking system. tomorrow night two former office workers who called themselves the white collar brawlers will faceoff in their first boxing match in berkeley. nate load link and kei ha song quit their office jobs, look at the stare-down, you got to love that.
training for three months, initially they were doing it for their web site where they are documenting their progress. but it's become something more than that. >> some ways we're living out my childhood fantasy. i draw up a kid who was in chess clubs but i always watched martial art movies and said "what if i could kick someone's butt." that stuck with me. >> i think the point is to show that we want to challenge ourselves and prove we're men i think a lot in today's seat. you don't often get a chance to, you know, show your man hood. >> the best friends hope this project helps them get to the next level in film making. it won't make them meteorologists, it will not make them weather men. that's how you prove your man hood. >> but it may make them rich. they get that on that computer, you betcha. we've got scattered showers around the bay area, moderate amounts of rain in pockets, this making its way on the peninsula, pretty good in pacifica. showers trailing in toward half
moon bay. south bay also seeing some scattered showers. really on and off throughout the night tonight. the opening series of storms that's going to start to move on shore. going to make for a wet weekend around the bay area, you can't time some of these storms but you can bet it is going to be wet wherever you go and win deat times. latest satellite image showing you some some of that moisture sliding into california, you can see it moving on through it and out to the sierra nevada where they are going to see a lot of snow. 2 to 4" of rain, under the under the santa cruz mountains, some chances of flooding there. we talked about snow. a lot of rain, a lot of snow in high country, 3 to 8 feet. simply amazing, warm storm system running above 7,000 feet. still you got to love that subtropical tab making its way on shore. more storms, a series of on and off, wet for the next 5 to 7 days. as we take you through the
night those scattered showers will continue. on and off. wet commute early on, scattered showers will continue on and off throughout the day. we've got more coming, a stronger storm is going to move in especially saturday night. you get the idea. things staying unsettled and wet for the near future and well beyond as it looks like stormy weather right on in through the weekend. the one i'm watching very closely though. tuesday that one looks like a big one, coming on top of already a lot of heavy rain around the bay area. that's what you're going to have to worry about. >> in technical or scientific terms this will be more like a gully washer than a chicken soaker. >> i was going to say a whopper. >> we'll get wet. >> yeah. >> okay. good question is coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the soul which is permanent. others say it represents our memory. >> james karen son with hills of eternity cemetery is talking about the jewish tradition of leaving a stone or a pebble at the grave of a loved one. >> it's left on a headstone to say "i was here today and i remembered you." permanent. >> carlson says the stones are never removed by the groundskeepers and many head stones are covered with them. including the grave of legendary arizona law man wyatter who is also buried here. in fact, people leave all kinds of things at his grave. >> there are flowers that show up on what i think is his birthday every year from an unknown source, right here we've got a poker chip that someone left. >> carlson says while the tradition of leaving a stone or a month men men thome have started with the jewish faith
it seems to be spreading even to the national cemetery throughout arlington. >> it is spreading throughout arlington and in non-jewish sections they are finding many graves are marked with tiny pebbles and stones. >> go to cbs5.com. click on icon to send me your good question. how did pond t >> about time to throw a load of dirt on the 49ers grave. i'm dennis o'donnell and how did they respond to their biggest game in eight years? you won't believe it next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
worry..they're still in the thick of the playoff race.. 49ers clinched another losing season but don't worry, they are still in the thick of the playoff race. san diego chargers without their pro bowl tight ends antonio gates, but the gates still open for the chargers still 2 minutes into the game. phillip rivers and vincent jackson wrestles nate clements for the pass, 7-0 early for the first quarter. second quarter 49ers trying to tie the game. alex smith can't find the open receiver, runs for the pylon, called a touchdown. but on further review smith's knee hit the ground before he
got to the end zone, so the 49ers go for it on fourth and inches. stopped by brandon silas. instead of a 7-7 game it's 7- nothing. >> kick a field goal. >> >> they could have kicked a field goal. the 49ers get destroyed. 34-7 is the final. kim coyle is in san diego for the after math. >> so much for momentum. four days after dropping 40 on the seahawks the 'niners were embarrassed by the chargers and looked nothing like a team worthy of making the playoffs. >> you know what the most frustrating thing is about tonight? is not about having to sit back and wait for other teams to see what they do. but it's to know that we had the opportunity to be sitting in the driver's seat after tonight and weed it down the drain. >> i really look for our team, in spite of the setbacks, to really take a step forward and obviously we did not.
we continue to stumble. >> reporter: what's the temperature of the locker room right now. >> our guys are walking around with their heads down but it's my job to keep their head up and to keep them motivated. >> i still believe we may win the west. you may not believe me but i still believe. >> reporter: despite their loss they could remain in the playoff picture if the seahawks or rams lose on sunday. that's right, 5-9 and still in the hunt. you got to love the n.f.c. west. at qualcomm stadium in san diego, kim coyle, cbs5 sports. >> unbelievable. vandermeer needs one more win to become the fifth coach in basketball history to win 800 ems games. the third ranked cardinals had yet to lose a game but could not stop depaul in the second half. they were 54 in the final few minutes, she will have to wait until sunday to go against tennessee to go for 800. the a's continued their
wheeling and dealing, they acquired josh willingham. he hit 102 home runs in five seasons with the marlins and nationals. henry rodriguez and outfielder cory brown to the nationals,. the women's volleyball team is cal's team headed to the national title game for the first time ever. >> off the block and the cal bears are into the championship match on saturday night. against penn state. >> the bears beat usc. they have yet to lose a set in their five post-season games. >> if you thought take was exciting check out the finish in dallas. sharks and stars tied at 3 in overtime. >> front of the net, boil, to cachou, he scores. than logan coutu wins it in overtime. >> winner of the year, they beat the stars 4-34. we'll be right back. ,, [ female announcer ] safeway talks hostess gifts.
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